Every Saturday, Homestead's Glaser Organic Farms transform an unoccupied corner of Coconut Grove into a full-fledged produce market with dozens of fruit and vegetable stands, a raw bar of prepared foods and salads and coolers filled with cold-pressed juices and nut mylks. There’s even velvety vegan ice cream for sale and several rows of picnic tables on which to sit and enjoy it. Along the periphery of the square, you’ll find other local vendors selling honey, homemade soaps, handmade jewelry and other artisanal items. It’s quite the operation that takes place here, making the setup and breakdown so fascinating to watch. Much like the circus leaving town, everyone quickly dismantles their tents and packs up just after sunset, leaving no trace of the bustling day on the empty gravel lot. Sat 10:30am–6:30pm (rain or shine!); 3300 Grand Ave, on the corner of Margaret St and Grand Ave
Grocery delivery services have changed the way we shop for food, but nothing beats the selection you’ll find at one of the best farmers’ markets in Miami. Fresh vegetables, organic produce and artisanal products abound at these pop-up marketplaces. You’ll find them spread out throughout the city and in both indoor and outdoor venues, making them a good thing to do when it rains in Miami. So whether you find yourself strolling Coconut Grove on a weekend, you’re on vacation in South Beach or you’re hiding out at a Miami mall, chances are there’s a farmers’ market near you.